The Window-Shade Job

Regular price $18.64

⏳ Hurry! Sale ends in {timer}.

We’re not making a profit on this sale! If you have the means, please consider contributing to the Rainbow Book Bus at checkout 💕

Added to Cart! View cart or continue shopping.

Don't mess with the hothead--or he might just mess with you. Slater Ibáñez is only interested in two kinds of guys: the ones he wants to punch, and the ones he sleeps with. Things get interesting when they start to overlap. A freelance investigator, Slater trolls the dark side of Los Angeles, rooting out insurance fraud, not afraid to use whatever means necessary to get things done, and not about to hold back with his fists. A queer antihero for a new age, Slater walks the line between ordinary life and the frayed fringes of society, keeping his balance with the back-channel support he gets from his idiot cop ex-boyfriend, Conrad, and regular squeeze Andy.

Pulled in on a window-shade job to gather intel on a cheating spouse, Slater discovers there's another observer on the case, prowling around the backyard with a camera. In the course of tracking him down, along with his target's paramour, he soon finds out there's more going on than run-of-the-mill infidelity. The bunco accountant sleeps with anyone he can persuade, regardless of gender, including Slater. And what is Tato really up to in his seedy little shipping store? Dark secrets come to the surface, and with help from a gallery clerk, Slater starts to put the pieces together, all the while trying to stay sober, keep one step ahead of the law, and sort out his feelings for Andy. In a bid to protect the naive European caught up in the intrigue, he comes up with an audacious plan that might just save the guy--and make Slater some serious bank.

The Bixley books just keep getting better and better. This book is a great read. A fast page turner that is crisp in style, catchy in tone and fully engrossing. --Bob G

With Slater I waffle between concern for his bad habits and getting turned on by his raunchiness. Rarely do we meet a character ... so in touch with his id. --Chester Henry, author of The Margarita Solution

Great poolside or beach reading. The protagonist is sleazy, but has ... a heart in the end. A real page turner! --Adam J.

Publisher: Dagmar Miura
Pub date: January 05, 2020
308 pages
Format: Paperback